Gilbert Watch Blog
- August 26, 2017
- The Aftermath of Charlottesville: What’s Next for Donald Trump?
(The following article was sent to Gilbert Watch and Gila Watch anonymously. It’s a timely, accurate, and thoughtful essay that needs to be read by every American.)
Having failed thus far in their attempt to get us into World War III with Russia over the phony “collusion” charges - hoping to destroy Donald Trump even if it means risking our national survival - the Radical Left and their cohorts in the Democratic Party and the Fake News Media are now moving on to a new, more promising tactic, one with a proven track record of success. It’s called “playing the race card.”
It’s not that they’ve given up on Russia, upon which they had placed such high hopes. It’s just taking longer than anticipated. Unfortunately, they encountered a bit of a problem along the way. It’s called evidence. There isn’t any. The only “collusion” uncovered so far was the DNC rigging the primaries against the hapless Bernie Sanders; and CNN willfully supplying Hillary Clinton with debate questions. But that’s a topic for another day.Click here to read more
- August 26, 2017
- LIVE STREAM: PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP HOLDS RALLY IN PHOENIX, AZ 8/22/17
Right Side Broadcasting Network (RSBN) provided an excellent, truthful video broadcast that began as President Trump supporters started lining up outside the Phoenix Convention Center on August 22, 2017. RSBN's Steve Lookner, Margaret Powell, and Liz Willis interviewed several people who were standing in line, and continued interviewing them inside the Convention Center. They live-streamed prayers and presentations by Dr. Ben Carson, Alveda King, Franklin Graham, and Mike Pence. President Trump is introduced at 5:20:00 to thunderous applause. It finally settled down and his speech began at 5:24:30. He immediately acknowledged "America is a nation of Faith."Click here to read more
- August 26, 2017
- GCRC Chairman Morris's Report on the Trump Rally and the KMOG Forum Radio Show
Gary Morris, Chairman of the Gila County Republican Committee, provided the following "Report on the Trump Rally and the KMOG Forum Radio Show."
I attended President Trump’s Rally in Phoenix last evening (August 22,2017), and here’s a brief report. First, the “fake media” last night and this morning were describing the event as “lightly attended”. When I arrived at the convention center at 4 PM center there was a line going two blocks up the street, around the corner and up the street to the next corner, and then turning back two blocks on the next street towards the convention center entrance. The line was three to four persons wide. And I’m sure that line lengthened as more people arrived over the next three hours or so.
By chance, once I arrived in the hall holding the event, I was selected to be on stage directly behind the President (that was sweet). I was assigned to row 6 in the middle. The TV cameras went up to row 4 so I was off screen except for when the camera went wide. As you will note from the photo, the crowd was wall to wall. As people were leaving last night, I paced the floor for dimensions. That hall was about 100 yards by 100 yards! If you remove the vacant space around the podium and off the sides and allow four square feet per person, that comes to nearly 20,000 people!Click here to read more
- July 31, 2017
- Middle School Suicides Double as Common Core Testing Intensifies
Did you happen to see this article by Steven Singer? More importantly, did PARENTS see it? Sure, school is hard. Kids complain. If they really, really complain, parents go to the teachers. Teachers reassure them. Principals and Superintendents reassure them. After all, they're the "experts," not parents. Kids are just "softer" than when we went to school. Right?
Wrong. Something is very, very wrong.
"Here’s a high stakes testing statistic you won’t hear bandied about on the news. The suicide rate among 10- to 14-year-olds doubled between 2007 and 2014 – the same period in which states have increasingly adopted Common Core standards and new, more rigorous high stakes tests. For the first time, suicide surpassed car crashes as a leading cause of death for middle school children. In 2014, the last year for which data was available, 425 middle schoolers nationwide took their own lives."
In April 2017, the Arizona State Board of Education voted to give Arizona schools a grade of A-F, based on student AZMerit test scores. Members of the State Board of Education are "experts," too. Right?
According to Jared Taylor, with his moral compass intact, voted against this travesty. He stated:Click here to read more
- July 31, 2017
- The First Time I Had Sex, by Tina Marie Griffin
This is the kind of very important article that you don't read much anymore. That's because Ms. Griffin's message is about being God-Centered, not Self-Centered. It's about respecting her body and cherishing her virginity and giving it as a gift to only one person – her husband.Click here to read more
- July 31, 2017
- Wait for Me - Rebecca St. James
For young women (older women, too!) who want to separate the men from the boys....
God will bring the right person in His perfect timing. God wants you to trust Him and focus on serving Him now, so you’ll meet your best friend while you’re serving the Lord. How cool is that? And if you’ve already been sexually active, God forgives, forgets and that is NOT who you are as a person. Your past is not your identity. You can make better choices starting at this very moment." Tina Marie Griffin
Click here to read more
- July 30, 2017
- TEEN VOGUE Normalizes Sodomy for Young Girls and Shows Them How to do it
Teen Vogue is an online magazine that targets teenage girls. It used to feature fashion, celebrities, and shopping. Since 2015, it began including politics (aka "Trump hatred") and current affairs (transgenderism, deviant sex, anti-Christian, anti-God). The print version reached over 1 million young people. The online version, especially now that it has sensationalized the most depraved human activites, is snagging even more teenagers, even children as young as 11. See Teen Vogue - Wikipedia.
I normally would ignore a publication like this, not wanting to give it a shred of publicity. However, parents need to know and understand the kind of information being peddled to their children via their tablets, iPads, Notebooks, Smartphones, etc.Click here to read more
- July 15, 2017
- It's OK to Kill a Baby in the Womb when.....
This video features the aftermath of abortion. Abortion causes thousands of women to commit suicide every year. Their pain is denied by those who support the billion dollar abortion industry, so they suffer alone. The Truth is that the suicide rate is significantly higher among women who have had an abortion compared to women in the general population, and even higher compared to women who gave birth. (See below.)
Midway through this video, watch how many people change their minds about a "woman's right to choose," when the interviewer says: "Please finish this sentence. It's OK to kill a baby in the womb when....."Click here to read more
- July 1, 2017
- Diane Douglas Underwater; Frank Riggs Swimming to the Top
According to a recent Capitol Times Yellow Sheet Report titled “Underwater is a Bad Place to Be,” Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas is going to have an uphill battle to get reelected.
A recent poll by GOP consultant Chris Baker shows incumbent Douglas with ratings of 15 percent favorability and a whopping 47 percent unfavorability. Another 38 percent had no opinion. “I think Diane Douglas has probably reached the point of no return,” Baker told the Capitol Times reporter.
As stated in the article, “the poll surveyed 500 self-described likely voters (all of whom have voted in at least one of the last two general elections) from June 14-15, with a partisan breakdown of 35 percent Republicans, 31 percent Democrats and 33 percent independents. Of those 500 voters, 70 percent were contacted on landlines via autodial, while 30 percent were interviewed by live callers on their cell phones. The poll had a margin of error of plus-minus 4.9 percent.”
This is what happens when a novice takes office with no business or executive experience.
Arizona needs a strong, tested and proven Superintendent with the right combination of executive experience, managerial skills, knowledge of education policies and practices, integrity, and judgment to lead our state's K-12 schools! That person is Frank Riggs.Click here to read more
- June 25, 2017
- Arizona K-12 School Finance Statistics: Why does Arizona Rank #48 in Per Pupil Spending?
You've heard the mantra, especially from newspaper editorials around Arizona, accusing the Legislature of "disgraceful, seemingly willful abandonment of our public schools." (See Payson Schools facing Tough Competition.) Arizona's news editors don't want you to know the "rest of the story," if it doesn't fit their Leftist world view. What are the facts?
The Arizona Tax Research Association (ATRA) has put together an 8-page document titled Arizona K-12 School Finance Statistics: Providing Context to a Complex Measurement, that provides factual information relating to the reasons and fallacies surrounding the commonly argued narrative that Arizona doesn't fund K-12 education adequately.
SummaryClick here to read more